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" She has so much goodness, virtue, and generosity, that if you knew her, you would have a pleasure in obeying her as I do. She often wishes she had known you. "
Traditions of Edinburgh - Page 296
by Robert Chambers - 1825
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volume 18

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1766
...will write to me or no. 1 am, dear Sir, your's moft fincerely aad moft affectionately, j. GAY, P, S. To the lady I live with I owe my life and fortune: think of her with refpecT:; value and efteem her as I do; and never more defpife a fork with three prongs. I wifh too...
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Letters, Written by the Late Jonathan Swift, D. D.: Dean of St ..., Volume 2

Jonathan Swift - 1766
...will write to me or no. I am, dear Sir, yours moft fincerely and moft affe&ionately, J. GA Yr JP. S. To the lady I live with, I owe my life and fortune : think of her with refpect ; value and efleem her as I do ; and never more defpife a fork with three prongs. I wifh too...
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Letters, Written, Volume 2

Jonathan Swift - 1766
...you will write to me or no. I am, dear Sir, your's moft fincerely and moft affectionately, J. GAY. PS To the lady I live with I owe my life and fortune: think of her with refpect; value and efteem her as I do; and never more defpife a fork with three prongs. I wifh too...
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Letters, Written by Jonathan Swift, D.D. Dean of St. Patrick's ..., Volume 2

Jonathan Swift - 1767 - 360 pages
...you will write to me or no. I am, deaf Sir, yours moft fiacarcly and moft ai'E.dionate!y, J. GAY. PS To the lady I live with I owe my life and fortune : think of her with refpedl ; value and elieem her as I do ; and never more defpife a Fork with three prongs. I wi(h too...
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The Works of the Rev. Jonathan Swift, D.D. ...: With Notes ..., Volume 17

Jonathan Swift - 1813
...write to me or not. I am, dear sir, yours most sincerely aud most affectionately, J. GAY. ' / . PS To the lady I live with, I owe my life and fortune -. think of her with respect ; value aud esteem her as I do ; and never more despise a fork with three prongs. I wish too you would not...
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The works of Jonathan Swift, containing additional letters ..., Volume 17

Jonathan Swift - 1824
...author's reputation was then at its height from the uncommon success of his Beggar's Opera. — H. PS To the lady I live with, I owe my life and fortune...of her with respect ; value and esteem her as I do ; never more despise a fork with three prongs. I wish too you would not eat from the point of your...
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The year book of daily recreation and information

William Hone - Almanacs, English - 1859 - 2 pages
...future to put their knives in their mouth." In another letter to the dean he says, " Think of her with with respect ; value and esteem her as I do; and never...fork with three prongs. I wish, too, you would not cat from the point cf your knife. She has so much goodness, virtue, and generosity, that, if you knew...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift ... Containing Additional Letters, Tracts, and ...

Jonathan Swift, Walter Scott - 1884
...will write to me or not. I am, dear Sir, yours most sincerely, and most affectionately, J. GAY. PS — To the lady I live with, I owe my life and fortune...of her with respect ; value and esteem her as I do ; never more despise a fork with three prongs. I wish too you would not eat from the point of your...
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The Works, Volume 17

Jonathan Swift - 1884
...will write to me or not. I am, dear Sir, yours most sincerely, and most affectionately, J. GAY. PS — To the lady I live with, I owe my life and fortune...of her with respect ; value and esteem her as I do ; never more despise a fork with three prongs. I wish too you would not eat from the point of your...
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Eighteenth Century Letters

Reginald Brimley Johnson - Authors, English 18th century Correspondence - 1897
...will write to me or not. I am, dear Sir, Yours most sincerely, and most affectionately, J. GAY. PS — To the lady I live with, I owe my life and fortune...of her with respect ; value and esteem her as I do ; never more despise a fork with three prongs. I wish too you would not eat from the point of your...
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